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In praise of circularity

Today at the beach high tide line I rediscovered an idea. 45 years ago I launched a toy yacht on a pond on Wimbledon common. Attached to the keel was a torpedo shaped, battery powered propellor, somewhere in the middle […]

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Twenty Years of Silver, Cornelia Parker

I am interested in the way objects are used to convey a narrative in Cornelia Parker’s work.  Twenty Years of Silver consists of two silver goblets, which her friend was given as a wedding present.  The marriage has since broken […]

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An introduction.

A bit of an introduction to me and my work. Trying to get to grips with this site and myself as an artist.

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Sabrina Shah’s Sevenoaks Kaleidoscope Pop-Up

Thursday 21 July SVAF Meeting Sevenoaks Kaleidoscope Gallery. A meeting and pop-up show and a new venture for SVAF – Sabrina Shah follow-up to Engine Chat-Chat. A response? I have recently been watching television in hospital waiting rooms – a […]

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Benjamin Sebastian: BECOMING CONSTELLATION

“Queerness is not and can never be an identity. It is a current, or imperative. Moving through and between our bodies; it is an intersubjective process of becoming. We are more than our bodies. We are relations in time & space.” – B. Sebastian.

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first draft – proof of concept

while i write this post the team at the silk mill are viewing a first draft of the film, i expect them to have a lot of feedback and reaction. preparing a draft has been really helpful this week to […]

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Uta Barth: Narrative holds out for a certain inevitability

  Writing is most alive when directly engaged in the experience—as a cartography of an encounter or inner space. Recently I stumbled across an interview with photographer Uta Barth where she was asked why narrative annoyed her. Barth’s response captures […]

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A misty image of the Teifi Pools, in West Wales, UK.
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Visualising Oral Tradition

Keeping a record of my progress towards a PhD in Fine Art at the Aberystwyth University, School of Art. I use drawing, print and book works to help visualise Welsh Medieval oral tales.

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Appendix I, p.24

Mandy smelled the same as her sister all those seasons ago curled up in the very same blanket. Sam by then was a year and a half old. The arrival of Mandy was a similar affair as the arrival of […]

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Agnes Ricter’s Jacket

During the Victorian era in Germany,an ex-seamstress and an inmate in an asylum,Agnes Ricter stitched into virtually every inch of the jacket she created from her institutional uniform.Agnes’s embroidered writing was so profuse that much of the text was hard […]

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Appliquéd Jacket.

I am working on one of my latest projects which is a mixed media piece.It contains a collection of paintings (appliquéd onto a vintage army jacket.The jacket will contain a narrative using words and pictures of the life of my […]

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Silent films/moving pictures.

It was interesting to review my collection of work related to the cine film frames at the time, but more so to look at it later. I used this collection as the subject for a sample catalogue we made for […]

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